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Brazilians come here!
flusha | 
Germany Soul88 
Guys you have a beautiful country and a proud culture but often I see very brutal videos from cartell shit as a normal Brazilian how much you see from this? How is it to make holidays in Brazil? Is it dangerous? Is it as brutal it looks like? No offense i love this country really!
2020-04-06 23:20
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2020-04-06 23:20
Yes it is, avoid going to Brazil if you can. Rio de Janeiro, the entire Northeast and parts of Sao Paulo are no-go zones, even me as citizen would never step there.
2020-04-09 22:21
This guy probably dont travel often in Brazil... Even Rio for tourists is quiet safe, not 100%, but safe if you stay in the rich area near de beaches Northeast is fine as well, just make sure you stay in touristical areas unless you have a local you can trust to move you around.
2020-04-09 22:33
well thats the point, if you can't walk safely outside 'tourist areas' then the place is not safe at all
2020-04-10 03:41
I've heard a lot of good things about South Brazil
2020-04-10 03:58
#111
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Brazil KampBR 
is a good place, beautiful cities, low temperature compared other regions
2020-04-10 04:11
capital cities (Curitiba, Porto Alegre) are big shitholes, countryside is nice with cool places, pieces of european colonies and beautiful people.
2020-04-10 04:12
#119
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Brazil KampBR 
i hear good thins about gramado, looks like a pretty good city
2020-04-10 04:37
it is, but also very expensive on winter
2020-04-10 04:53
#3
fer | 
Brazil serjolaum 
if you are a tourist, have fun because you won't be around the dangerous areas dominated by the cartel
2020-04-06 23:23
thats all
2020-04-10 04:19
yes.
2020-04-06 23:23
If you come to Brazil, be careful, because here is very dangerous, but for a tourist, is most safe, because the areas that you visit is more bustly, but careful with taxi drivers. But here is beautiful. Good Luck
2020-04-06 23:28
#8
flusha | 
Germany Soul88 
What do you mean with the Taxi drivers? Thank you for your answer
2020-04-06 23:31
#24
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Brazil ewro_w_da_ump 
they will notice you are an tourist and will scam you taking the longest path, driving in circles, etc
2020-04-06 23:49
Only stupid people use taxi in Brazil. Uber rules. The service quality is 10 times better and the price is 10 times cheaper.
2020-04-08 01:40
you can use Uber
2020-04-07 01:05
#76
Rich | 
North America Gumdrop 
Taxi drivers usually fuck over tourists not only in Brazil though. They take the most inconvenient paths so they could charge you more.
2020-04-08 01:41
"If you come to Brazil, be careful ... but for a tourist, is most safe" ???
2020-04-08 17:33
The place that tourist usually goes, is more safety than usual for brazilians. The rich areas in Brazil is safe, normaly. If you have much money, and want live in Brazil, you can live much good.
2020-04-08 20:58
I've never see any of this
2020-04-06 23:33
stop lie dude wtf, even if i really want to see your country but don't lie plz
2020-04-06 23:36
Im not lying, i see this things only in the news... See my country don't see my country, what difference does that make for me? He can do whatever he wants
2020-04-06 23:38
#13
flusha | 
Germany Soul88 
You are right i dont want to blame brazilians for the bad sites of theyre country i just only want to see the good sites and that is what i ask thank you for your answer and fuck you baguette man you have a small wiener
2020-04-06 23:40
#113
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Brazil KampBR 
idk where he is living, but our reality is that u see, every places
2020-04-10 04:14
#15
FalleN | 
Brazil Tablari 
No, we don't see people having it's head cut off on the middle of the street on a holiday.
2020-04-06 23:44
#17
flusha | 
Germany Soul88 
Thank you xd
2020-04-06 23:45
Depends really where you are I remember years back some referee in a tier 8 football match got stabbed to death by one of the players he gave a red card and then people from the crowd decapitated him and put his head on a stick in the field.
2020-04-06 23:48
#21
flusha | 
Germany Soul88 
Bro this shit real?
2020-04-06 23:48
Yes his name was Otávio Jordão da Silva. I also told this story wrong because it happened years back but it was actually the referee who stabbed the player, fans from the crowd decapitated the referee and put his head on a stake in the field.
2020-04-06 23:53
#31
flusha | 
Germany Soul88 
Things in this world happen i dont want to see, such a cruel world...
2020-04-06 23:54
The funny part is that's just a normal day in Brazil and a normal sporting event. They have a very violent culture full of this shit because when you live in a country like this the price of your life is cheap, people don't value life in general and also this is almost a generalization not all Brazilians are like that.
2020-04-06 23:56
#43
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Brazil sakaaa 
Stop talking through your ass, please. You can find this kind of behaviour all around the world, not just Brazil and even when it does happen here you need to understand that PEACE doesn't sell news papers. So, of course bad things happens, but you'll only get struck by the gore the midia sells. Do you know Hoolingas? Yakuza? Americans Neo-nazi? There's bad people all around the globe dude. I've live in São Paulo and often travel to Rio and i've NEVER seen shit like that. You talk about Brazil like you know but we don't have a culture to shoot random black people over suspicion of any kind, we don't let people to die on the street because they don't have health insurance nor every cop is biased and corrupt. Stop spreading hate, fool. If you'd know what we hear from Azerbaijan you would stop saying things like that. Stop consuming mainstream media and visit for your self, or am I entitled to say that you're all crazy self exploding muslins with 30 iq? Incorrect and not cool, right?
2020-04-07 00:02
You country has the highest violent crime and homicide statistics on this side of the globe m8, I'm not fabricating anything.
2020-04-07 00:05
#51
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Brazil sakaaa 
Yes, you are. Statistically sepaking you have to consider we have over 200 million people and raw numbers matching this criteria are biased. Please educate yourself before you speak. Also, Brazil is not just Rio de Janeiro and even the State of Rio de Janeiro does not constitute of the city itself. Yes we do have violence as a LOT of other countries does, but you cannot generalize, it is a small portion and considering that you have ZERO factual knowledge you should'nt be talking about this. Visit first, feel it for yourself or at least educate yourself before commenting such hateful things. It's because of people like you that the media has this kind of power.
2020-04-07 00:09
What are you arguing here? You tell me I can't generalize yet in my original comment I said I was generalizing are you ok my friend? There are some good areas in your country with good people who are kind and caring human beings, but that doesn't account from the rest of that culture, the low value of life and violence. I love Brazil and I'm not fabricating anything, I did make a generalization as I stated but for you to say that isn't some normal shit in certain places in your country then you are turning a blind eye and that's why this shit keeps happening, it's meaningless until it happens to someone you know or love right? You are trying to argue I'm brainwashed by the news that I don't even watch which is bad argument, If you want me to start posting statistics I could do that but I'm sure both of us don't want that because you already know what I'm saying is reality.
2020-04-07 00:14
#54
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Brazil sakaaa 
1. You don't know the culture, you can't say anything about it. 2. How can you 'love' somewhere you don't know? 3. I'm not turning a blind eye. I'm not stating this doesn't happen, I'm stating this is NOT common as you said - we don't have a violent culture - we're not the ones spreading hate and guns/killing as solution. 4. If you want to post statistics, be my guest, just make sure you have a reliable source of comparison and also make sure you consider the WHOLE country. 5. I sustain you have ZERO knowledge about Brazil and our culture. Are you aware that we have cities that had ZERO murders in the last 10 years? Are you aware there are a lot of cities that have 3 cops working on each shift and they still remain idle for the most part of the day? 6. You speak about the low value of life without realizing this happens EVERYWHERE where poverty hits hard. Look within your own country - what do you think happens where the people under 5% poverty rate lives? So what I'm aguing? 1. Stop spreading hate. 2. Stop talking about things you don't know, specially when your statement sells harmful things. 3. It is not normal, we don't condone this kind of behaviour and our culture is vastily far from violent.
2020-04-07 00:26
#78
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Malaysia Amerika! 
they have people monitoring sports events and the people outside them in brazil for a reason but yeah brazil isnt some middle eastern country
2020-04-08 01:45
#85
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Brazil sakaaa 
You don't have security on big events? You don't have pickpocketers? You don't have dumb fights? We don't mass shoot people within those events too.
2020-04-08 15:03
#91
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Malaysia Amerika! 
the level of protection at the events differs a lot since the US generally is a lot safer than many parts in brazil we don't have coaches getting their legs chopped off and decapitated
2020-04-08 19:46
#92
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Brazil sakaaa 
You make it seem like there's a whole swat squad doing the security of those events. They are mostly constituted by employee's of the venue and a few police officers. That case about the coach was an amateur match with no infrastructure at all (like friends making a local championship) and the reason for the crimes goes way beyond the match itself and does not remotely compares with an actual sports events. I'm not defending this and this is in fact horrific, but once again this is not our culture and this is an exception. You say the level of protection is different, indeed it is - we don't worry about someone multishooting everyone, just the ocasional theft and fights.
2020-04-08 20:17
#93
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Brazil sakaaa 
To put in examples, imagine US gangs CRIBS and BLOODs arranging a handegg competition and things go sour. That's somewhat how it went on that case.
2020-04-08 20:20
#46
FalleN | 
Brazil Tablari 
Hey man you should watch your mouth. It might happen on places like favelas, jails and other violent places but not in the street with good people around. Saying it's "just a normal day in Brazil and normal sporting event" really trigger me out and I hope you're baiting cuz otherwise you're talking about something you know shit. Brazil is really bad but it's not even close of what these "Live Leak" videos shows.
2020-04-07 00:05
What is live leak?
2020-04-07 00:07
#50
FalleN | 
Brazil Tablari 
Google it buddy
2020-04-07 00:09
#77
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Malaysia Amerika! 
2020-04-08 01:42
If you go with group you are safe If you go solo Try to follow groups That’s all p.s Don’t wear anything expensive
2020-04-06 23:47
#19
flusha | 
Germany Soul88 
You mean Brazilian native groups or Tourist groups or is it equal?
2020-04-06 23:48
Tourist groups ofc
2020-04-06 23:49
#29
flusha | 
Germany Soul88 
thanks
2020-04-06 23:52
Bad things like that only happen in poor cities/favelas. As a tourist, i think you would really enjoy being here.
2020-04-06 23:48
#114
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Brazil KampBR 
this fact true, the violence in favelas and big cities are'nt everyones reality
2020-04-10 04:18
Well, the poor die a lot. The worst case scenario for a tourist would be robbed. There are dangerous and safe places. I live in a relatively safe city (when there's a robbery here it goes to the news), but in the biggest cities there are lots of occurrencies. But as I said, mostly the poor die, and that's actually the shitty part. If you are a tourist just don't do stupid things and you will be okay and could be one of the best trips ever.
2020-04-06 23:51
#28
flusha | 
Germany Soul88 
Its very sad such a beautiful country
2020-04-06 23:52
#26
fer | 
Brazil Pandapool 
Just avoid RIO. most brazilians don't even wanna get close to rio.
2020-04-06 23:51
#27
flusha | 
Germany Soul88 
Oh Rio so bad? It looks so cool you mean its dangerous?
2020-04-06 23:52
It's not as bad they (people from other cities) may think... I used to go to Rio every week and nothing ever happened to me, and it is one of the most beautiful cities in the planet. It's worth going. I would say to go, but be alert.
2020-04-06 23:56
#39
fer | 
Brazil Pandapool 
Rio is definitely one of the worst places in brazil. I have a ton of friends from rio..... and it's absurd how they are used to violence and bizarre stuff. Like it's common to hear people shooting. I live in brazil and i have never heard gun shots..... in rio it's just a normal friday.
2020-04-06 23:57
Depends, is it the city of Rio or the state of Rio? Brazil is big and even small states are big. From pictures you can see Rio goes from tropical/caribbean-looking to european-looking mountainous towns that are quite safe.
2020-04-08 01:25
#116
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Brazil KampBR 
what u mean is the city of rio, and is the turist area more safe, but exist poor areas that the cartels dominate more than state. want or not this affects the whole city
2020-04-10 04:27
#40
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Brazil zzzzzzznt 
Rio is not hell, but its a risky place. I wouldn't go without a serious important reason.
2020-04-06 23:59
Say that to Northern/Northeastern Brazil. Natal/Fortaleza 4th and 7th most violent cities in the world. Shit is crazy up there dude, the most violent cities in Brazil are all in these 2 regions. The gore videos come from there.
2020-04-08 01:04
#88
MUTiRiS | 
Brazil 1930 
Your parameter is wrong. Every Brazilian know rio has more guns, more organized cartels and more favelas.
2020-04-08 15:10
#32
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Brazil zzzzzzznt 
Things like that are common in favelas and with uneducated and poor people. Tourists here are normally very respected by everyone except 'flanelinhas' (guys that illegaly charge for parking spots) and the ocasional thief. Stay away from this kind of place and avoid being too adventurous or curious and you will be fine.
2020-04-06 23:54
Well, i'm 24 and i got robbed once in my whole life. As people said before, it's worst on poor areas, but if you are here as a tourist, i don't think you're gonna have any hard time.
2020-04-06 23:55
Just stay away from Rio de Janeiro, by far the most dangerous state here, if u want to go there, just be careful wherever u go
2020-04-06 23:56
It's not even close to the most dangerous state. Just look the statistics.
2020-04-06 23:57
To falando mais da parte de periferia, com todo respeito, mas ja fui no rio varias vezes e n deu problema
2020-04-06 23:59
#45
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Brazil zzzzzzznt 
Rio its the most important cuz the majority of tourist target SP or Rio, and not ceará or pernambuco.
2020-04-07 00:04
#65. I took a look at some statistics and there are 12 states in Brazil far more dangerous than Rio. Good job believing the media.
2020-04-08 01:05
sure, from 10.000km of distance u know better than us, congrats lmao
2020-04-08 01:35
Ok bro go look the statistics then you tell me what you think.
2020-04-08 01:37
kk, keep believing on the media
2020-04-08 01:49
I don't get my statistics from the media. You on the other hand seem to do so. Rio is far from the most dangerous place in Brazil. Natal 4th most violent city in the world, 12 states ahead of Rio in crime rates but nt nt. Keep eating the shit media shits everyday in your mouth. They try to ruin Rio at all costs for being the most known place in Brazil just like the media does in USA and other countries.
2020-04-08 02:03
#42
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Brazil eumesmo 
Brazil has 26 states, Rio is the warzone you saw at that videos, stay out of there and you safe.
2020-04-07 00:01
#49
FalleN | 
Brazil dor1a 
yeah stay away from Rio de Janeiro, people.. the whole city is a big mess of everyone trying to scam/rob you. It's a beautiful city indeed, but that's all. Stay away from that shithole/warzone
2020-04-07 00:08
#52
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Brazil eumesmo 
Yeah, people have to understand that our country is big enough to be a continent.
2020-04-07 00:10
Just dont go to Rio de Janeiro and you will be safe. I say u must go to Fortaleza.
2020-04-07 01:13
Fortaleza was ranked the 7th most violent city in the world. Sounds like a good place to go.
2020-04-08 01:08
In the tourist areas it is super quiet. Besides, from Fortaleza you can go to Jericoaquara (one of the most beautiful beaches in the world)
2020-04-08 17:30
#103
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Brazil BlueLighting 
WTF, it's okay to say to stay away from Hell de Janeiro, but to say that he must go to Fortaleza LMAO, one of the most dangerous cities in BR by far
2020-04-09 22:27
I've never saw someone got shoot or stabbed or anything like that. I've never saw a gun. But i'm a blonde white middle class brazilian. I live in the south of the country where it less dangerous, but I don't have courage to walk in the middle of the night on every single street of the city. It's easy to know someone that has been robbed. We don't see a lot of guys with rifles like they show in movies or documentaries (that's a specific part of Brazil) but it isn't the safer place to be on earth, I'm sure. But if you live in a small town it is pretty safe. Now I have a question for you, your politians need to be supervised or you need to demand a politian to do something that he promised during his campaing?
2020-04-07 01:23
another thing, Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo isn't the dangerous places in Brazil. There's a bunch of states in the northeast that are much more dangerous, like Ceará (they just dont get the media attention). A bunch of brazilians don't know this, including the guys from this topic saying "just don't go to Rio de Janeiro"
2020-04-07 01:27
#61
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Brazil eumesmo 
Cause, no one have no intention to go to Ceará, but Rio is really tourist place.
2020-04-07 01:40
do u know jericoacoara? if you're saying that 500-600k people are "no one" i can't argue with you
2020-04-08 00:46
#64
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Brazil eumesmo 
I don't know, and that's the biggest proof.
2020-04-08 00:52
Finally someone that knows what they are talking about. 12 states in Brazil have higher crime rates than Rio, and was Natal ranked the 4th most violent city in the world followed by Fortaleza at 7th. I'm not even Brazilian and I'm aware of this, but Brazilians are not. Good media doing to shit in the most touristic place at all costs and these idiots in this thread eat it all. lol
2020-04-08 01:16
thanks my friend.
2020-04-09 22:18
come to Gramado, Brazil
2020-04-08 01:12
#70
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Other sparklight 
Look at the size of our country, it has 26 states. What you see on the news is just what happens in Rio de Janeiro. I live in the state of São Paulo, can you identify on the map? I bet you can't. I was never assaulted, robbed, raped, etc. And I don't even know anyone who was. The media only shows catastrophes, because that is what gives them audience. The football players from Germany toured Brazil, and were very well received, there was NOTHING happening to them. It's the same thing as looking at Germany and just thinking about Nazism and wars, which is completely wrong. People have to respect others.
2020-04-08 01:23
#74
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Malaysia Amerika! 
Fortaleza best city
2020-04-08 01:40
i mean... Rio de janeiro is not that good, a lot thiefs and deaths, i had a lot friends talking to me about that problems, but if you're planning to see the major in rio you will be fine, just watch your wallet. p.s: only rio has that much of problem, all the other big cities are safe, like sao paulo, belo horizonte and northeast has a lot of beautiful beaches and the south is good aswell.
2020-04-08 01:47
All of the other big cities are safe? Dayum, you really must read #68 and the comment I was replying to. The most violent cities in Brazil, that are cities in the list of the most violent cities in the world, surprisingly, Rio does not even appear in the list, are big cities and located in the North/Northeast of Brazil where thousands of gore videos come from, but sure, ONLY Rio has a problem... Stop eating the shit media puts in your mouth everyday, they try to shit on Rio and ruin its image in every way you can possibly think of, just like they do with L.A. in the USA. Of course Rio and the areas surrounding it are not the best out there but there are many MUCH (believe me when I say this) worse areas than that throughout Brazil. I've visited some cities in the State of Rio and they looked like alpine Europe and are quite safe, actually, among the safest and most beautiful in Brazil, Petrópolis and Teresópolis if you're interested in, I highly recommend a visit if you have the chance. It's not because I am not Brazilian and very far away that I will not know something about the country, but you guys like to shit on Rio everyday and are not even aware of what cities are in the list of the most violent.
2020-04-08 21:14
#118
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Brazil KampBR 
the problem is everyone look at the cities like SP and Rio, but dont considered population size SP have the low statistics about deaths per people, while in cities like u say, have less population and great death taxe
2020-04-10 04:35
#104
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Brazil BlueLighting 
Big cities from northeast are way more dangerous or at least equal to Rio man
2020-04-09 22:29
#81
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Brazil daviheringer 
Not bad as it looks like i never been assaulted but they already robbed my house. The problem in Brazil is leftists laws that free murderes from jail.
2020-04-08 01:54
Obviously this only happens in very poor areas or in the prisons
2020-04-08 02:05
#84
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Brazil tNF_ 
You don't have to worry that much about stuff, especially if you just want to visit the classic places that everyone talks about Now, if you want to actually go deep in the culture and stuff like that, try to find a Brazilian that you trust to guide you. Trust me when I say that it will be 100% better if you have a native with you Also, please remember that Brazil is much more than just Rio de Janeiro e São Paulo. The greatest touristic places are not even there. Do your research and you will find amazing places that are far better than the classic common stuff in Rio and SP
2020-04-08 02:18
I wanna see The jungle
2020-04-08 15:05
#94
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Brazil sakaaa 
Honestly I wouldn't recommend Brazil for that. Not that our forests aren't great, but you can see more and better from Peru, Bolivia and Colombia. BR's Rain Forests are mainly located on the northern regions (usually deep northeast) and the cities ususally don't have so much infrastructure so you'd have to travel a lot to see different places - sometimes up to a thousand kilometers. (Brazil is REALLY big). It is cool and the cities that givess access to deep rain forest are very nice, but the cities are very small and forests itself are not the main touristic attractions there.
2020-04-08 20:36
Ok ty
2020-04-08 20:50
#97
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Brazil DocPaz 
Man, there are cities like Manaus, Belem and Macapa that might have some nature tourism. But you have to research a bit before coming here.
2020-04-08 20:56
Sure german
2020-04-08 15:05
#95
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Brazil DocPaz 
I am from Brazil and I live in a capital city (Belo Horizonte). My city hosted ESL Belo Horizonte few years ago and myexperience so far in my hometown is: you have to know where are you going. When I travel to other cities in vacation or holidays, i like to be safe (usually i don't fell safe going places alone) and I also don't like to go to big cities like Rio de Janeiro or São Paulo (they are more unsafe from my pov). But if your dream is to know some of the most iconic things, be sure to research about everything. TL;DR: if you want to come, you can add me in insta and we can chat a bit about that
2020-04-08 20:45
youtu.be/YVfSQY_GUiE I am Brazilian and never went to São Paulo, but after watching this vídeo i am really motivated to visit SP after the pandemic ends. And yes, theres a lot of dangerous areas in the entire country. But i feel mostly ppl that never went to brazil thinks It os way worse than it actually is. Maybe cuz of Rio de Janeiro that IS beatiful but probably the shitiest place in the entire planet (yes i hate rio).
2020-04-08 21:15
#107
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Brazil BlueLighting 
I live on a town with 200.000 ppl on it and when I did go to SP my head didn't stop to hurt for a long time... pollution in there sucks, and the Tiête river smeel bad asf
2020-04-09 22:36
#117
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Brazil CringeGuy 
9:37 the guy stealing the camera ASDJIOASDJIOASDJIOASDJIOASDJIOASDJIOASDJIOASDJIO
2020-04-10 04:28
#105
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Brazil TH30_19 
some places is like that, but isn't everywhere, i live in a state next to argentina, and here have violence, but haven't so much as in Sao Paulo or Rio de janeiro, but television says more than really heapens, brazil is a dangerous country, but isn't everywhere, just in some locations, like favelas
2020-04-09 22:32
have you nevern seen the film the tourist? never come to brasil
2020-04-09 22:50
#120
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Brazil Goldn9 
Brazil is a very nice place to visit but terrible to live
2020-04-10 04:39
#121
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Brazil jacksfurions 
it is verry danger if u dont know where u go, an kind of american police was in my city looking for a man from colombia that was here, i think someone payed hin to find the colombian, he come here asking things to everyone, he thing the police was going to protect hin... por guy
2020-04-10 04:42
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